Jack Haze is a phenotype of a cannabis strain that has been around for decades named after Jack Herer. This Jack Herer phenotype is a medium to high level THC sativa dominant hybrid with energizing and focusing effects. Jack Herer was already known for being a very functional strain and Jack Haze is a little more on the potent sativa side. So its kind of like turning up the levels on Jack Herer a bit.
Jack Haze Terpene Profile
The smell of Jack Haze is very piney and spicy coming from the pinene and terpinolene terpenes. Jack Haze is one of the few strains that has terpinolene as its dominant terpene. In fact, its estimated that less than 10% of all cannabis strains will have terpinolene as a dominant one. Terpinolene is known for being both fresh, citrus, pine, earthy and can be beneficial for healing, anti-inflammation, as an antioxidant and enhancing the effects of other terpenes.
Jack Haze Strain Effects
The effects of Jack Haze are described as being very clearheaded, creative and uplifting. It’s perfect for daytime use when you need to get things done. Many users report feeling focused and motivated after smoking or vaping this strain. The euphoria is strong and it can be a great social strain too. Overall, Jack Haze is great as an “activity strain” to get things done and enjoy the day more. This one can be filed under “Wake N Bake” strains due to its versatile use and functionality.
This strain can be likened to a cup of coffee in it’s effects and even the way it comes on. Soon after you can start to feel the rush accompanied by the euphoria and it doesn’t take long at all to come into affect. This is very typical of sativa strains to have a “fast acting” effect similar to the energy they often provide. Phenotypes of Jack Haze that are high in THC may be less “productivity” enhancing compared to versions with lower levels of THC.
How to Grow Jack Haze Strain
If your familiar with growing Jack Herer, Jack Haze is a pretty easy strain to grow, it’s not too fussy and can be grown indoors or outdoors. It’s a fast finisher too, with an indoor flowering time of around 60 days. Yields are above average and it produces some very nice looking buds covered in crystals. Jack Haze likes a bit of extra nitrogen during vegetative growth but otherwise it’s not a demanding strain.
If you’re growing Jack Haze indoors then it’s best to give it a bit of extra height as it can get quite tall so doing some topping will help keep the height in check and make it a little bushier. It also doesn’t like too much humidity so make sure your grow room is well ventilated. When grown outdoors, Jack Haze will be ready to harvest in early October.
The Jack Herer strain has gone on to make numerous other famous strains. So with Jack Haze phenotype growers have a more sativa dominant strain to work with when making newer strains that are bound to have great genetics.
Overall, Jack Haze is a great strain for anyone looking for an energetic and uplifting high that’s perfect for daytime use. It’s easy to grow and produces some nice looking buds with a lot of crystal trichomes. This one is quickly becoming a staple strain in many people’s stashes.